I've downloaded and installed your recent AMD APP SDK v3.0 final release 126.96.36.199-GA.
However, I cannot find your offline SPIR precompiler ( your equivalent to the NVIDIA's nvcc.exe or Intel's IOCTL compiler tool ).
I see Khronos have clang SPIR 1.2 branch source codes here
KhronosGroup/SPIR at spir_12 · GitHub
but it's a nightmare to setup & compile it.
I could also create my own .exe and use clCompileProgram() with the "-x spir" option, but that's far from optimal.
I would really prefer to have a precompiler command line tool included in your SDK, as NVIDIA or Intel provide.
Also, I would like to see full integration into Visual Studio, so I won't even need to invoke manually the offline command line compiler.
On the other hand, I've installed your CPU backend and I see it does not support the cl_khr_spir ( not sure if it's really needed as it's probably included into the CL 2.0's core ).
So the big questions are:
1. How can I offline-compile SPIR kernels?
2. Do your GPU and CPU support SPIR? ( 1.2 or 2.0? )
oh and a small bug: I installed the SDK but I see no documents dir. I think it's very important to include the corresponding programming guides, references & optimization PDFs there.